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Archival-quality scans for the Virtual AGC Project, primarily original Apollo-era documentation about the Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) and AGC software listings. At our main site, only non-archival versions of the items in this collection are provided.


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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Apollo Guidance Computer Lunar Module software for Apollo 11 mission.  Note that there is also scan of an alternate printout of the same program.
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Apollo Guidance Computer Command Module software for Apollo 8 mission.
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by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Apollo Guidance Computer Command Module software for Apollo 11 mission.
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Apollo Guidance Computer Command Module software for Apollo 9 mission.
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Virtual AGC Project
by AC Electronics Division of General Motors
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Prepared for National Aeronautics and Space Administration Manned Spacecraft Center; NASA Contract NAS 9 - 497; ND1021041
Topics: Space programs--American, Apollo (Spacecraft), NASA, AGC
Source: folio
Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Apollo Guidance Computer Command Module software for Apollo 15, 16, and 17 missions.
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Virtual AGC Project
by NASA
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Map of KSC from March 1972.
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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This is a digital simulation of the Apollo 12 lunar landing, made a few months after the landing itself, for purposes unknown.
Topic: nasa, apollo, guidance, software, simulation
Source: folio
Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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This is an assembly listing of Luminary 99 Rev 1 (the Apollo 11 Lunar Module's guidance-computer software).  It is essentially identical (one word differs) to the official listing of the same program, but was printed out about a year later for engineering-development purposes.  This printout was originally in the private collection of AGC developer Don Eyles.
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Virtual AGC Project
by Don Eyles
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This is a printout of an engineering version of the Apollo Guidance Computer's Lunar Module software.  It is roughly contemporaneous with the Apollo 14 mission, though not used for it.  The printout was originally in the private collection of AGC developer Don Eyles.
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Virtual AGC Project
by NASA
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A map of Kennedy Space Center, from January 1981.
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Virtual AGC Project
by AC Electronics
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Summary of Apollo 11 guidance computer software operation and computer peripheral device electronics for the Command and Lunar Modules.
Topics: nasa, AGC, guidance, computer, apollo
Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Apollo Guidance Computer software for Lunar Module of Apollo 13 mission.
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 448 stored at the NARA SW branch in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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Virtual AGC Project
by AC Electronics
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Block I Apollo Guidance Computer software for unmanned Apollo 4 and Apollo 6 missions.
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Comprehensive, user-oriented description of the Apollo guidance system, and specifically the guidance computer (AGC).  While it is not mission-specific, it relates to the Apollo 13/14 time-frame, and therefore should be close to be accurate for those missions.
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This is scan of part of aperture-card box 464 at NARA SW, containing  MIT/IL engineering-drawing range  2012509-2014643  for the Project Apollo Command Module and Lunar Module guidance & navigation systems. This is part 2 (of 2) of the box, containing about the final 95%.
Topics: nasa, apollo, guidance
Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Listing of software for Apollo Lunar Module guidance computer.  Precedes all flown missions, but is distinguished by the fact that it is the last AGC software that retains a full suite of self-test software, and is thus indispensable for validating software and hardware simulations of the guidance computer.
Topic: nasa, apollo, guidance, software, testing
Source: folio
Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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This is a complete scan of all cards in aperture card box 461 at NARA SW, containing the MIT/IL drawing range  2007115  through  2007239  for the Project Apollo Command Module and Lunar Module guidance & navigation systems.
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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A collection of electrical schematics, mechanical drawings, and other drawings for Block II AGC models 2003100 and 2003200 and their associated DSKY models. This imagery comes from 8.5"×11" photocopies of what were originally much larger drawings in some cases.  The photocopies were then stored in a binder for 50 years before finally being digitized.  The quality has therefore been compromised not only by the size reduction of the originals, but also by the long storage time.  In...
Topics: nasa, agc, guidance, schematics, mechanical
Virtual AGC Project
by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 522 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Virtual AGC Project
by Ron Burkey
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This is an inventory of all of the Apollo program related boxes I found at NARA Southwest (in Fort Worth) that contained paper documents, in December 2003, provided as scans of the title pages of the documents found in those boxes.  Omitted are the boxes in group E.209G ("MIT Technical Documents"), for which I prepared instead a compiled an index as a text file, and the boxes containing microfilm.
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(Apollo Project Memo No. 1933) Notes from 19th software control board meeting.  PCRs 207.2, 210, 214, 400, 420.2, 205, 470, 472, 475, 478.  And others.
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Source: folio
Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Apollo Guidance Computer software for Lunar Module of Apollo 12 mission.
Topic: nasa, apollo, guidance, software, luminary
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Virtual AGC Project
by Don Eyles
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Digital simulation of Apollo 11 lunar landing made by Apollo Guidance Computer developer in 1971 (after the 1969 landing itself) as part of the process of testing improved algorithms.  (The indication on the cover that it is a listing of the DIANA program is incorrect, and is simply due to the binder having been repurposed at some point.)
Topic: nasa, apollo, guidance, software, testing
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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This is an early version of the Apollo Guidance Computer Lunar Module software known as SUNBURST.  A later version ( SUNBURST 120 ) was used in the unmanned Apollo 5 mission.
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Part 1/2 of Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 447 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Ft. Worth, Texas.
Topics: nasa, apollo, guidance
Virtual AGC Project
by Manned Spaceflight Center, Flight Software Branch
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Pseudocode description of AGC program Luminary 116.
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Virtual AGC Project
by Hugh Blair-Smith
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Software listing for YUL, the original Apollo-program software used for building the executable form of Apollo Guidance Computer Software from source code.
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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This is a complete scan of aperture card box 459 at NARA SW.  It contains MIT/IL drawing range  2003121 through  2005061 for the Project Apollo Command Module and Lunar Module guidance & navigation systems.
Topics: nasa, apollo, guidance, computer
Virtual AGC Project
by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 515 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
Topics: nasa, apollo, grumman, lem
Virtual AGC Project
by AC Electronics Division of General Motors
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Prepared for National Aeronautics and Space Administration Manned Spacecraft Center; NASA Contract NAS 9 - 497; ND1021041
Topics: Space programs--American, Apollo (Spacecraft), NASA, AGC
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by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Apollo Guidance Computer software for Lunar Module of Apollo 10 mission.
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Pseudocode description of Luminary 1C AGC programs (such as Luminary 131).
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Virtual AGC Project
by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 509 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans for the box, while part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans were illegible.
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Apollo Guidance Computer software, not used for any flown mission, though theoretically targeted for the Lunar Module.  As of February 2017, it is the oldest-known still-surviving AGC code.  At the time it was written in 1965, its purpose was to port AGC code written for the Command Module's early "Block I" AGC to the later-model "Block II" AGC used for the flown Lunar Module missions.
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Topic: nasa, apollo, guidance, software
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Virtual AGC Project
by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 521 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
Topics: nasa, apollo, grumman, lem
The purpose of this internal MSC note is to describe the logic used to compute the lift-off time required for the early rendezvous profile used on Apollo 14 (Mission H-3). 
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Virtual AGC Project
by AC Electronics Division of General Motors
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Prepared for National Aeronautics and Space Administration Manned Spacecraft Center; NASA Contract NAS 9 -497; ND1021042
Topic: Space programs--American, Apollo (Spacecraft), NASA, AGC
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by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 3/3 of aperture-card box 512 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Parts 1 & 2 together contain a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Apollo Guidance Computer software for the Lunar Module of Apollo 15, 16, and 17.
Topic: nasa, apollo, guidance, software, luminary
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Virtual AGC Project
by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/3 of aperture-card box 510 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.   Parts 1 & 2 contain B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Virtual AGC Project
by NASA MSC, Mission Planning and Analysis Division
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This is a pseudo-code description of the Artemis 72 AGC Command Module software used in Apollo 15-17.  It is intended, as the document itself says in its Abstract, "that it be used together with a symbolic tabulation of the program".
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Virtual AGC Project
by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 520 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Apollo Guidance Computer software called SUNBURST 120, for the unmanned Apollo 5 mission (AS506).  An earlier, unflown version of the software ( SUNBURST 37 ) is also available.
Topic: nasa, apollo, guidance, software
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Virtual AGC Project
by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 4/4 of aperture-card box 507 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans for the box, while parts 2 through 4 contain grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans were illegible.
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Virtual AGC Project
by AC Electronics
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Sponsored by Mike Stewart, Virtual AGC Project.
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Section 4 of Lunar Module GSOP for Apollo 15-17.
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Virtual AGC Project
by AC Electronics and MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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This is a complete scan of aperture card box 458 at NARA SW. It contains AC Electronics drawing range  1902404-1902660 and MIT/IL drawing range  2001452-2003120 for the Project Apollo Command Module and Lunar Module guidance & navigation systems.
Topics: nasa, apollo, guidance, computer
Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Complete scan of all aperture-card microfilm for NARA SW Apollo Box 432.  These engineering drawings are all related the Apollo guidance & navigation system.
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Describes rewrite of Apollo 14 P66 program for the Apollo 15 LM deorbit.
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Virtual AGC Project
by Craig Schulenberg
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Describes AGC software changes incorporated into LUMINARY program revision 106.
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This is part of a collection of MIT/IL Apollo Guidance Computer mechanical and electrical drawings, scanned from "aperture cards" (microfilm) held by the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. This batch consists almost entirely of Block I AGC/DSKY mechanical and electrical drawings. See also the  other  batches of aperture cards, and the  index of the individual drawings in these uploads  at the Virtual AGC Project website.
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Virtual AGC Project
by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 2/2 of aperture-card box 516 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Approximately the final 85% of the scanned contents of Apollo Guidance & Navigation System engineering drawings from aperture-card Box 439 stored at NARA SW in Ft. Worth.  The initial 15% is contained in a separate posting.
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Virtual AGC Project
by MSC Flight Procedures Branch of the Flight Crew Support Division
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Documents Apollo program software for estimating relative states of two vehicles (CM and LM).
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This is part of a collection of MIT/IL Apollo Guidance Computer mechanical and electrical drawings, scanned from "aperture cards" (microfilm) held by the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. See also the  other  batches of aperture cards, and the  index of the individual drawings in these uploads  at the Virtual AGC Project website.
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An MSC (NASA Manned Spacecraft Center) internal note that "presents the logic and equations defining certain subroutines which are called by the real-time computer programs for the [Apollo] AS-207/208 mission.  The subroutines compute the launch vehicle insertion elements for the launch targeting processor and compute several specialized maneuvers for the rendezvous planning processors.  Detailed flow charts are included in the appendix."
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This is a scan of approximately the final the 80% of aperture-card box 466 at NARA SW, containing MIT/IL engineering drawings for the Project Apollo Command Module and Lunar Module guidance & navigation systems.
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Virtual AGC Project
by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/2 of aperture-card box 517 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 2 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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Complete contents of Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture card Box 443 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch, in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 444, from the National Archives Southwest branch in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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This box contains 3 documents: ND1002323 (rev. J and later) ND1002324 (all revs.) ND1002325 (rev. W and earlier) All of these are checkout procedures for Apollo guidance&navigation systems: respectively, for the LM, for the Block I CM, and for the Block II CM.
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Virtual AGC Project
by Craig Work and Peter Weissman
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Report on digital autopilot tests in Apollo 14 testing.
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This is NASA document 70-FM-19.  It provides the logic, in flow-chart form, for a return to Earth in the Apollo Program's RTCC (Real-Time Computer Complex) software.
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This is part of a collection of MIT/IL Apollo Guidance Computer mechanical and electrical drawings, scanned from "aperture cards" (microfilm) held by the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. See also the  other  batches of aperture cards, and the  index of the individual drawings in these uploads  at the Virtual AGC Project website.
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Virtual AGC Project
by Allan Klumpp, Nick Pippenger
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Describes the conditions necessary to achieve Apollo 12's desired landing accuracy.
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Virtual AGC Project
by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/3 of aperture-card box 513 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Parts 1 & 2 together contain a complete set of B&W scans, whereas part 3 contains grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans are illegible. A full index of the scans in this box, by drawing number and title, should be at  the Virtual AGC Project website .
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Virtual AGC Project
by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
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These are Grumman engineering drawings of the Apollo Lunar Module from part 1/4 of aperture-card box 507 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas. Part 1 contains a complete set of B&W scans for the box, while parts 2 through 4 contain grayscale rescans of cards whose B&W scans were illegible.
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Part 1/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 470 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
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Part 2/2 of the Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 445 stored at the National Archives Southwest in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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Comprehensive, user-oriented description of the Apollo guidance system, and specifically the guidance computer (AGC).  While it purports to be non-mission-specific, it relates to Colossus 3 and to Luminary 1E, and should therefore be accurate for Apollo 15, 16, and 17, which used the software in question.
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Virtual AGC Project
by MIT Instrumentation Laboratory
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The entire set of Apollo G&N System engineering drawings from aperture-card box 471 stored at the National Archives Southwest branch in Forth Worth, Texas.
Topics: nasa, apollo, guidance